Discover North of Thailand

Many of Thailand’s visitors head to Bangkok or the beaches and islands in the South, but Northern Thailand offers a staggering range of amazing destinations just off the beaten path. Hidden among the forested mountains, this area is a playground for adventurous travelers with hiking, rafting, kayaking and caving opportunities in abundance.

Jungles and breath-taking pristine scenery can be found throughout the region, with mountains and many small villages filled with locals who live a life far different than people in big cities.

Join us a trip to northern Thailand:

Pai – Pai is a top choice for a northern Thailand itinerary for those seeking a tropical sanctuary deep in the mountains. This is a great place to rejuvenate with yoga classes, massage, and healthy eateries. Pai is surrounded by spectacular natural scenery, such as waterfalls, a canyon, ride paddy fields, natural hot springs and more. It also offers a lively nightlife with plenty of bars and activities to keep you entertained.

Nan – Nan is so charming, it is an ideal place to experience true Thai culture. Characterized by Tai Lue culture, there’s nowhere better to experience this ethnic heritage. Admire the Blessing Buddha at Wat Phra That Khao Noi, Thai Lu murals at Wat Phumin and Nan National Museum. In the evening, take a relaxing stroll along the banks of the Nan River or enjoy tasting new flavors at the walking street market.

Phrae – Head off the main tourist trail with a visit to Phrae. Here, you will discover natural wonders at the mushroom rock formations of Phae Mueang Phi Forest Park, immerse in history at Khum Chao Luang museum or experience Buddhist culture at Wat Luang. Try new dishes at the Saturday walking street market or see local artisans at work at Ban Thung Hong, where villagers specialize in indigo-dyed fabrics.

Chiang Rai – Not to be confused with Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai is well worth a visit. Gain a deeper cultural insight into the area, relax in a refreshing pool at the foot of a cascading waterfall, discover diverse cultures, and much more. Chiang Rai is renowned for attractions such as the surreal White Temple (Wat Rong Khun), the morbid Black House (Baan Dam Museum) and the stunning surrounding areas, like Doi Mae Salong.

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